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  • Students from Chicago suburbs among victims in 2 fatal crashes in Indiana

    Students from Chicago suburbs among victims in 2 fatal crashes in Indiana
    A River Forest man was killed and three of four other suburban men with him were injured when their SUV blew a tire and rolled over near Remington, Ind., yesterday, causing a backup that led to another fatal crash. An Indiana woman was killed in the...
  • Without Phelps U.S. swimming a poor draw

    Without Phelps U.S. swimming a poor draw
    — Last year, as the U.S. Olympic swimming trials drew record crowds in Omaha, the popular refrain was Michael Phelps had created a wave of general interest in the sport that would keep rolling. Last week, as the first U.S. Championships or...
  • University presses: a view from the academy

    University presses: a view from the academy
    The front table in Hyde Park's Seminary Co-op Bookstore has been a must stop for book browsers for book lovers since the early 1970s. It is always brimming with more than 100 newly published scholarly works vying for readers' attention. Most of the titles...
  • Arts and culture was fastest-growing philanthropic cause in 2012

    Arts and culture was fastest-growing philanthropic cause in 2012
    In terms of donations, arts and culture was Americans’ fastest-growing charitable cause in 2012, rising an estimated 7.8% to $14.44 billion, according to a leading annual research report on charitable giving. Donations to education rose second-...
  • Rose Bowl Aquatic Swim Club relies on local talent on national stage

    When the Rose Bowl Aquatic Center women’s club swimming team took to the National Club Swimming Assn. Summer Championships, it relied on five locals to guide them near the top of the standings Saturday. Three Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and two...
  • A blood test for suicide? Biomarkers may identify people at risk

    A blood test for suicide? Biomarkers may identify people at risk
    A blood test can tell you if you’ve got HIV, high cholesterol or certain kinds of cancer. Now scientists are trying to create a blood test that would reveal whether someone was about to commit suicide. “Individuals at risk often choose not...
  • Bell-Jeff football tries to move forward after game cancellation

    Bell-Jeff football tries to move forward after game cancellation
    Being a former college football player, Bellarmine-Jefferson Principal Michael Stumph said it was a difficult decision to have to cancel a portion of the Guards season, as word about the cancellations were made official by the school on Wednesday via...
  • Exelon donations in Maryland made as agreed

    Exelon donations in Maryland made as agreed
    In the year since Exelon Corp. acquired Baltimore's Constellation Energy Group, the company has donated more than $300,000 to first-responders in the region. It is handing out thousands of free trees to Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. customers. It is...
  • People eat more unhealthy foods on days they drink

    People eat more unhealthy foods on days they drink
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Americans tend to eat more calories and fat on the days they also have alcoholic drinks, a new study suggests. "Food choices changed on the days that people drank... and changed in an unhealthier direction for both men and...
  • Doctors order fewer tests when they know prices: study

    Doctors order fewer tests when they know prices: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Doctors order fewer laboratory tests during a patient's hospital stay if they know how much the tests cost, according to a new study. Researchers found that doctors at one U.S. hospital ordered about 9 percent fewer lab...
  • Janos Starker, world-famous cellist, dies at 88

    Janos Starker, world-famous cellist, dies at 88
    Janos Starker, a renowned concert cellist as well as a distinguished teacher and recording artist, has died. He was 88. Starker, who died Sunday in Bloomington, Ind., had been in terminal care for the last few weeks, according to reports from wire...